You give 2, SITAWI lends 20, we change 2,000 lives Transforming the Social Finance sector in Brazil You give 2, SITAWI lends 20, we change 2,000 lives Transforming the Social Finance sector in Brazil

sitawi

Org #6311
Vetted since 2011
2008
year founded
$64,825
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

SITAWI's mission is to develop financial infrastructure for the social sector in Brazil. We believe that adequate funding and effective counseling strengthen social organizations and increase their impact on the causes and beneficiaries. In the long run, the more resources - in volume and forms - available to the social sector, the more encouragement social leaders have to develop more innovative and sustainable models with greater impact. And sooner we will build a better country.

Project Leaders
sitawi .
sitawi .
Renata Linhares
Renata Linhares
Luiza Coimbra
Luiza Coimbra
Sarah Siqueira
Sarah Siqueira
Team
Leonardo N Letelier, Gustavo Pimentel, Rob D Packer, Renata Linhares, Rafael Ribeiro
Organization Information
http://www.sitawi.net/
Rua Voluntarios da Patria 301
apt 301
Rio de Janeiro, RJ 22270-003
Brazil
+55-21-22471136

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1834301337
Organization Information
http://www.sitawi.net/
Rua Voluntarios da Patria 301
apt 301
Rio de Janeiro, RJ 22270-003
Brazil
+55-21-22471136

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1834301337

Project Reports

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Jul 3, 2018
Transforming the Social Finance sector in Brazil
Ten years ago, SITAWI was born. No one was talking about "Impact Investing" or "Finance for Good," but that was - and still is - our reason for existing. We were three people, a single "product" (but...
May 7, 2018
Focus on women entrepreneurship
Rede Asta is a social business that supports the role of women artisans in the creation and development of sustainable solutions from the reuse of waste. By connecting labor to the production of...
Feb 7, 2018
SITAWI supports sustainable extractivism in Brazil
The macaúba palm, native to the Brazilian Cerrado, has great potential for extracting sustainable vegetable oil. With this in mind, INOCAS, a social business based in Patos de Minas - Brazil,...
 
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